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that whoever is involved in the search sits down probably with each member of this body to really understand the diversity of perspective and what kind of qualifications we are looking for and so we can build a consensus on what we are looking for as far as leadership. and we should take this opportunity of the transition as we consider the future leadership to take a step back and think about how we can make sure that this governing structure it the most effective wave that we can look at this and if there are other ways, that other cities, can help add to a government structure and that will make sense here and i would like to engage in that conversation and make thur that all of us provide feedback and a little bit of research on that. >> thank you, commissioner. >> and when they say that my plan is that as we convene, a meeting of the personnel committee, and in the very near future and i will figure out as to when the timing of that and i would ask at that point, staff to provide some options so that the committee can have a discussion about what this process looks like, including the e
think he will bring to this body is a commitment to ensuring that there is equity income resources are allocated by this agency, making sure that the needs and interests of every district are met. and to make sure that when it happens it is done in a transparent, open way that is inclusive and allows people to voice their concerns. i had the honor of serving with commissioner avalos for four years. i am proud to have the opportunity to nominate him. he has demonstrated leadership qualities in so many ways. i know the authority will be well served, the entire city and county of san francisco will be well served, especially important as we are going to this transition, as we will find a new, who knows, a permanent executive director that we have that continuity. it is my honor to nominate commissioner john avalos as chair before you. is there a second? seconded by commissioner weiner. any other nominations for chair? seeing none, why don't we open it up to public comment. any member of other public like to speak on this nomination or election please come forward. >> again, ever
colleagues for your support; i take to heart a lot of the comments he made about but you see this body should be doing and what the chair should be doing. those are things that i've been talking about for a long time. the word equity said almost by everyone; i see the power of his body is to make sure to create a better equity about how we build our infrastructure in san francisco. all of those who live and work here rely on our transportation system to get us to our job, to school, to make sure we have access to all of the services that we need and this body is going to be critical to make that happen. i am excited about carrying out the tradition of outgoing chair campos about looking at the neighborhoods, to make sure we have a neighborhood focus, to our deliberations, and i want to make sure we continue with the presentations on the neighborhoods by district here in this committee but also working with each of you individually to hear your concerns and how we can make sure that this body can be responsible. i've spoken with commissioner chu a number of times about how th
it does, it makes your body stronger, but it shuts down your internal biochemistry. we had to figure out how do we restore that. so then i started saying that eating antiaging medicine with the longevity and antiaging institutions, and i now contribute articles to them. they looked for the fountain of youth, how do you reverse your chronological and biological age. how could you be 56 or 57 years old but be 30 years old on the inside, , i came upon a formula that literally nourishes the whole system. there's a lot of products out there that only one area, where they are just working on the effect, they're not hitting the causes, androzene nourishes the whole male sexual reproductive system. >now, again, when we're talking about male sexual health and it's definitely something that is really more in the american consciousness. but what's going on, why are men, you know, having challenges in the bedroom? >>>well, you mentioned at the beginning to show, stress, i mean, stress is a number one factor. it a lot of stress is just driving through heavy traffic. stress could be being overweight,
for that. inside syria, dozens of bodies of men and young boys were found in a river. they were found with their hands tied and a single bullet shot to the head. we report from aleppo. it appears to be the latest massacre of the syrian conflict. you may find some of these images disturbing. >> it did not take long before the news spread that dozens of bodies had been found in a river in aleppo city. all those who have relatives missing came to the courtyard. it is a rebel-controlled district here they came to see whether their family members were among the dead. many were identified. >> we heard there was a big massacre and there were bodies in the river. we found 80 bodies. some of these people were prisoners who were executed. they were shot in the head. >> the bodies found were of men. the youngest, a 12-year-old boy . some had their hands tied. others had bullet wounds in the head. we cannot independently confirm who killed these people, but the opposition says there is no doubt government forces are responsible. >> these are all civilians, according to families who identified the
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inflammation, and this type of inflammation happens deep inside your body and can persist for long periods of time. imagine that swollen finger occuring inside of you. and the reason it's called silent inflammation is because you can't see it, and you can't feel it, and it does not cause pain. and you can't see it or feel it because it happens at a cellular level within our body. and silent inflammation doesn't heal. it does damage instead. silent inflammation can be brewing inside of you right now, causing damage to your organs and tissues. it's sort of like the gas leak before the explosion. now, some of you may be wondering why the diva of digestion is talking to you about inflammation. and those of you who know me know the gut, the digestive system, is at the heart of it all. yes, it all comes back to right here. and, later in the show, i'll explain how the gut is the answer to it all. but, for now, what are some of the signs that you have silent inflammation? diabetes, stroke, alzheimer's, arthritis, asthma, cancer, and, for most of us, heart disease. but wouldn't it be nice to know y
, but when you're reacting negatively to certain foods, your body starts to crave the very food that's hurting you. yeah. because those antibodies are hungry. this is often so strong that it feels like an addiction. i usually see these cravings disappear over the first three to four days which means that for the first few days, you're gonna crave that very food that's hurting you. these cravings mean that your body's reacting to these foods. and that, by the way, is great information because it means you're gonna see big results. and after the first few days, it gets easy; it feels like you've finally broken free from that food prison. so now let's talk about the third food on my list. ready? sugar. perfect when we talk about cravings, right? 'cause i find sugar can trigger some big cravings. and really, i'm gonna cut you a little slack because as it turns out, a lot of these sugar cravings are genetics. so you can blame your parents. [laughter] my mom has a major sweet tooth. in fact, when i was growing up my house was loaded with candy and cookies, ice cream, cakes. i was so popula
. after a sonoma county man's body is discovered in a landfill in petaluma. this is video of the scene from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. investigators say, the death is suspicious -- largely because the man was found at a recycling facility. they believe the man was originally in a petaluma dumpster. and then taken to the recycling center in a recycling truck. but, as kron four's philippe djegal reports. the sheriff's department says there are still a few missing pieces to this story. the sonoma county sheriff's department says the body of a hispanic man was found in a pile of recycled cardboard and other materials at this facility in petaluma friday. novato disposal services. which collects trash from marin and sonoma counties. the sheriff's department says the body was discovered by an empoyee in this warehouse just before two o'clock in the afternoon. deputies responded, taped the area off, and closed the yard for the day. staying on scene through the early evening. investigators say they know the identity of the man. but that won't be released until notifying next of
area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >>> byrne. her body was discovered lake tahoe.and tonight.a vigil was held in her memory in petaluma. we start our team coverage tonight in lake tahoe. kron 4's philippe djegal is there with the latest. philippe? >> reporter: she was found by utility workers. it was spotted friday morning, 10 ft. off of pioneer trail. >> it was found by utility workers she was discovered. they found the body on a large and pavement. >> she was fully clothed and a tattoo helped to identify the body. >> there does not seem to be anything foul play. the el dorado couny sheriff's department says crews planned on searching for alyssa byrne in the snow this morning. but before they left. she had already been found. the last time the el dorado county sheriff's department says 19-year-old alyssa byrne was seen. eve. that is until her body was spotted friday morning. ten feet off pioneer trail near black bart avenue. lieutenant pete van arnum says she was fully clothed. he says a tatoo helped identify her body. byrne was found about five miles away from this hotel. w
turned 86 on january 25. >>> coming up, it sounds like the plot of a crime show. the body discovered at a bay area recycling center. >>> more than a dozen people held hostage for hours at nordstrom rack. >>> taking the guilt out of splurging, the expensive things that will be cheaper in 2013. ll lit up in red and go 's big 49-ers >>> but first, we'll take a live look at downtown san francisco. all lit up in red and gold for you know who -- the niners against the cheeseheads, tomorrow. it was found at the "nov ce" in petaluma. >>> somebody may have tried to recycle a body. it was found at the novato disposal service in petaluma. cbs 5 reporter juliette goodrich on the theories about how the body got there. >> reporter: tonight investigators are trying to determine if the body found here at the novato disposal service in petaluma was a homicide or that of an accidental death. workers at the recycling center discovered a man's body this afternoon. the man's body did have some signs of trauma, according to sheriff's deputies, but right now they believ
on your own. i think it's so valuable because it teaches you how to begin to listen to your body, to your mind, to your whole being, and develops an appreciation for how the movements work in the body. >> do something wonderful for yourself. help yourself right now, help this station, and give us a call. here's laurie with more. >> thanks, anne. you know, i have to tell you that peggy dramatically changed my notion of yoga. you do not have to bend like a pretzel to do yoga. in fact, i had the privilege of going to one of peggy cappy's classes in peterborough, new hampshire, and i was right next to someone who was 89 years old, and she said, "laurie, you can do this." and i tell you, i did. whether it's standing tall leaning on a chair, sitting in a chair, this is yoga that you can incorporate as part or your daily routine. and i think the thing you have to do is stick with it day in, day out. go to that phone, make a membership pledge of $60. we would love to send you the easy yoga workout. call right now. there's a great group of volunteers, and they're standing by for your call. thanks
's getting ready to be poured upon the spirit by the spirit upon the body of christ. there's a fresh anointing, a fresh touch from god. i just spoke for your dad a few months ago, probably 30 days ago in chicago. your precious father, who began to teach 60 some years ago, married i think, for 59 years, just celebrated an anniversary. i told him one day when we were in the back talking. i said, that's a miracle. married 59 years. he said, no, that's an example. but he has taught so prolifically to the body of christ and many, many, many years ago god gave him an anointing and a vision to raise up nationals and he has physically taught and prayed for close to 2 million nationals around the world. the bible says that god will pour out his spirit upon all flesh. the bible says that the end is going to be greaterxçq!9 the beginning. in god there is no time factor. there is a time factor that has been established for us so we can gauge our progress and know the morning from the night so we can understand what we've done and how many 24 hours are in a day and we can gauge progress and we
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tariff and also, the influence of an epidemic and the cold floozies and the. also, a body found at this recycling center. >> pam: tonight at eight. sheriff's deputies in sonoma county. investigating the death of a man. found among a pile of trash in petaluma. an employee of a recycling facility made the gruesome discovery in a warehouse late this afternoon. this is video of the scene courtesy of sky 7 h-d. investigator say the body is that of a hispanic man. kron-4's philippe djegal is in petaluma. with details in this still developing story. >> reporter: the sonoma county sheriff's department says the body has no obvious signs of trauma, and that the death is suspicious only because of the circumstances. that being the body found in this recycling facility. novato disposal services. the sheriff's department says the body was found in this warehouse. the facility is just off highway 101 south at the petaluma boulevard exit in petaluma. the sheriff's department says en employee found the body just before two in the afternoon near a front- loader. the body was in a pile of cardboa
>>> 90 minutes ago we learned authorities found the body of petaluma teenager alyssa byrne. what we've learned about the investigation. >>> an exclusive look at an effort to crack down on crime. >>> and what it takes to make the cut as a police officer -- at noon. >>> it's an ending we did not want to see. >> a short time ago, the search for a missing petaluma teenager, alyssa byrne, ended as authorities say this morning, they found her body. >>> douglas county sheriff's investigators in nevada confirmed the news no one wanted to hear. the body of 19-year-old alyssa byrne was found in south lake tahoe just a few miles away from the concert venue where her friends last saw her. allie rasmus is live in the newsroom now. so alley, do they suspect foul play? >> reporter: no, investigators say they do not. but they are still trying to figure out exactly what happened to the teen. 19-year-old alyssa byrne disappeared while attending the snow globe musical festival on new year's eve in south lake tahoe. she left her friends around midnight to walk back to the hotel where they were staying.
there are bodies, unburied bodies missing their heads, in some cases where there will be a head in one room and you can match it up to the body which is in another room 100 yards away and they didn't just end up there; somebody took the head off. and there will be places where it's all femurs, all gathered together. and places where it's obviously some kind of warfare event where people are all huddled into one spot and they have all been burned there. the record is very clear of some intense violence and it comes up at a very certain point in time. it comes up in the 10th century right before large migrations you see this layer of violence. and it doesn't cover everything. sometimes a series of pueblos will all be destroyed over here and then a series of pueblos over here are in perfect condition as far as the walls aren't broken down, there aren't bodies all over the place. it looks like the place was left very peacefully or ceremoniously where you can see they left artifacts out. different people had different ends but you can see where different people had unfortunate ends. i don't want to get
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. born with her heart beating outside the body. the heart is back in place. she is home. a miraculous story, we'll explain, ahead. you can prevent gas with beano meltaways, or treat gas with these after you get it. now that's like sunblock before or sun burn cream later. oh, somebody out there's saying, now i get it! take beano before and there'll be no gas. >>> raw politics tonight, a voice in the gun debate with a motivation you might not know about. you might assume california democratic senator dianne feinstein favors strict gun control measures because she's a california democrat representing a fairly liberal constituency. but she introduced legislation banning 150 assault weapons is the former mayor of san francisco. she came to office as the direct result of a notorious shooting, an assassination. the story from chief congressional correspondent, dana bash. >> reporter: for dianne feinstein, it's personal. >> i became mayor as a product of assassination. both mayor mosconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot and killed. >> reporter: the death of her colleagues including h
-radical-induced inflammation. we need nutrient protection every day to help our body wash away toxins. bioflavonoids support our body. these nutrients help our cells maintain vibrant health unless the cell is too toxic to be saved. then bioflavonoids support macrophages to scavenge that toxic cell and can help take it away. this leaves our cells healthy. >> announcer: finally, a product that can help your body reduce painful symptoms caused by inflammation, and it comes in the form of a great-tasting wellness drink. nopalea-- made directly from the natural rich fruit of the sonoran desert's nopal cactus. this amazing cactus survives the extreme hot and dry conditions of the sonoran desert and its vital nutrients can help you too. >> inflammation has been a concern of mine for years, so i did a huge amount of research, which is how i found michael ellison. michael is the founder and c.e.o. of trivita, one of the country's best-known health and wellness companies and it was his love of the sonoran desert and its people that led to the creation of nopalea. >> susan and i have lived here in the sonoran desert f
free-radical-induced inflammation. we need nutrient protection every day to help our body wash away toxins. bioflavonoids support our body. these nutrients help our cells maintain vibrant health unless the cell is too toxic to be saved. then bioflavonoids support macrophages to scavenge that toxic cell and can help take it away. this leaves our cells healthy. >> announcer: finally, a product that can help your body reduce painful symptoms caused by inflammation, and it comes in the form of a great-tasting wellness drink. nopalea-- made directly from the natural rich fruit of the sonoran desert's nopal cactus. this amazing cactus survives the extreme hot and dry conditions of the sonoran desert and its vital nutrients can help you too. >> inflammation has been a concern of mine for years, so i did a huge amount of research, which is how i found michael ellison. michael is the founder and c.e.o. of trivita, one of the country's best-known health and wellness companies and it was his love of the sonoran desert and its people that led to the creation of nopalea. >> susan and i have live
their bodies. radio reporter was at a local gym where the bodies were taken. >> it is like a war zone here. we have 232 bodies, side-by-side, so the families go one by one to look at the bodies. >> at aftermath a fire, close 2,000 people, mostly college students were trapped when the band lit fireworks. (inaudible). >> panicked people traveled over each other trying to get out. guards briefly prevented them from leaving with hundreds trapped, young men who escaped cut hopes in the walls to help others close to 130 people were injured. >> now as dozens of family members gather to mourn and barry their dead, dozens more are looking for loved ones, hoping their children are not among the bodies lined up at the local gym waiting to be identified. >> police have arrested two musicians and one of the nightclub owners and they are seeking a 4th person. president obama continues the push if tougher gun laws. the president is meeting with police chiefs and sheriffs who saw the worst mass shootings in 2012. recently in newtown, connecticut, where 20 children and six adults were killed at sandy hook elem
. they have cleared the area and taken away the bodies. they persuaded us to take another route. in the first house they take as to -- us to a charred body. there is a bullet hole in the center of the forehead. full horror emerges. there is blood on the cement and a body is straddling the doorway. there is one sprawled in the yard. the positions suggest they were trying to flee. these people have been shot and burned. a bottle of fuel is still there. further inside this compound, another grim discovery. a trail of blood from the kitchen. at least two people seem to have been killed here, their bodies dragged away. the floor is still littered with bullet casings. unheard around the back, even more bodies. a woman in her bed. >> the soldier with us as hundreds of men came across the fields. he says they were from an islamist group hamas and the extremists. >> people worry this is part of sectarian violence. >> these villages support the government. >> others gave us the same account in front of the several -- in front of the soldiers. one person managed to speak to us off-camera. she told us th
which often trouble mind, body and spirit. for many people, the healing power of nature is a return to simplicity. embracing a sustainable way of life, honoring the balance of nature and our place in it. in these difficult times of personal strife and planetary concerns, this earthly wisdom often bears repeating -- balance, simplicity and patience. [ scratching ] from the dynamic shear walls of the matterhorn in the swiss alps to the stunning peak of mt. cook on new zealand's south island, and the magnificent teton range of wyoming. for generations, mountains have captivated the imaginations of mankind the world over in poetry and song. tributes to beauty, refuge and the divine. sages remind us that this is humanity's attempt to honor and reconnect with the dynamic places we long to call home. reaching toward the azure heavens, these snow-capped peaks are said to reflect a mirror image of the human mind. a metaphor common to nearly every culture on the planet even those whose geography offers little in the way of what might be considered a dynamic landscape. mo
cruddy. it's not the virus itself, it's your immune system. that's not the flu. that's your body doing what it's supposed to do. sochblths when you start to feel cruddy when is the time to go to the hospital and stay on the couch, chicken noodle soup, flat jinger ale? >> all of moms advice. for most people, it's going to be exactly what you just described. you need to get rest, to let your immune system recover, drink plenty of fluids, because you can get dehydrated. take a look at the list. if you have sudden dizziness, certainly if you have it felty breathing, if you have pressure in the chest area. and this last one important as well. if your symptoms improve, you think you've beat the flu but the fever returns, that could mean you have a secondary infection. >> one last question. our viewer michael in philadelphia wanted to know, 50,000 people the cdc says can die every year. that sounds like a lot. how does it happen? how does it get to that point where it can be so dangerous, so deadly? >> let me show something that i think is really important. when you think about somebody havin
anabolic steroids, and what it does, it makes your body stronger, but it shuts down your internal biochemistry. we had to figure out how do we restore that. so then i started saying that eating antiaging medicine with the longevity and antiaging institutions, and i now contribute articles to them. they looked for the fountain of youth, how do you reverse your chronological and biological age. how could you be 56 or 57 years old but be 30 years old on the inside, , i came upon a formula that literally nourishes the whole system. there's a lot of products out there that only one area, where they are just working on the effect, they're not hitting the causes, androzene nourishes the whole male sexual reproductive system. >now, again, when we're talking about male sexual health and it's definitely something that is really more in the american consciousness. but what's going on, why are men, you know, having challenges in the bedroom? >>>well, you mentioned at the beginning to show, stress, i mean, stress is a number one factor. it a lot of stress is just driving through heavy traffic.
watch as police collect pieces of bodies from a suicide bombing. front page photo caption san francisco chronicle june 14, 2005. >> the not guilty verdicts in the michael jackson trial. front page photo caption, san francisco chronicle june 14, 2005. after the bleeding the blood spattered walls draw the gaze of children wanting to see what has caused such a noise. how can they not stair. arms and legs, pieces of torso scattered, the smell of new death and feared hair. they must be asking the same question. a person who blows themselves up must believe in something. must believe in something or else not. hopelessness degreesed in apnigzs, righteousness disguised in a tuxedo of death much the children don't understand. i being of the dead dying man the bleeding bystanders who left to buy cheese or tobacco. in car bombs suicide bombs and we keep talking as though this will end like the final judgment of that black man who looks white and sleeps with boys but doesn't touch them. after the bleeding the children's shoes will be forever stained in the crimson color of death. who will set the
the body of alyssa byrne. he is deceased. >> investigators in the south lake tahoe area announce a tragic ending to the search for missing 19-year-old alyssa byrne of petaluma coming in the last 30 minutes at a news conference in nevada. >> her body was discovered this morning not far from the music festival she attended at lake tahoe community college. she told friends she was headed back to the horizon casino in nevada. we have coverage on the sad story. we begin with katie marzullo in the newsroom. katie? >> the undersheriff walked to the podium and quickly and calmly revealed the heartbreaking news at 8:30 a utility worker found the body about 10 feet from the road over a snowbank. >> we just if the last few moments confirmed identity of alyssa byrne. i have notified her father. the investigation continues at this time. we still do not suspect any foul play. any inquiries as to causef o death will be at a later time by the county sheriff. >> you heard him say they do not suspect foul play and he says her body has no outward sign of trauma, that she was wearing the clothes she was last
. >> devastating news from a family as the body of a missing teenager is discovered in the snow. good afternoon. thanks for joining us. >> we're on early due to the cotton bowl coming up at 4:30. it was the news that no one wanted to hear. today the body of a missing teenager was found in south lake tahoe. she had attended a new years eve concert at a community college in south lake tahoe. she was stay agent the horizon casino in nevada. this morning a utility worker spotted her body off the pioneer trail just a half mile from the concert site. we have live team coverage this afternoon. mike is there but we begin with eric in south lake tahoe. >> investigators are just now clearing the scene here. they say it was a water utility crew that first spotted the body of alissa around 8:30 this morning in a very high profile truck. she was found in a snow bank back here about 4 feet high out of the view of most passing cars but how she got here is still a mystery. >> after three days of desperate searching by family, friends and authorities around south lake tahoe investigators delivered the sad news
and an active investigation is underway. >>> not only did he see the body of phylicia barnes, he told the defendant how to get rid of. it that is some of the shocking testimony from the state's star witness in the phylicia barnes murder trial. what a day in court brian. >> reporter: the testimony lasted 40 minutes. arguably, the state's star witness took the stand after lunch today. james lee or mccrea is serving time in charles county for theft. he ran a quote underground tag and title business. that is how he got to know michael johnson. johnson called leon his disposable cell phone looking for help. he met johnson, walked into the bedroom and saw the body of phylicia barnes. phylicia was dead. lee testified johnson killed her after scrn son sexually forced himself on the team. lee said johnson was giving him mixed signals. he forced sex on her and then she wouldn't stop crying. that, lee, said is when johnson cloaked her to death. lee testified johnson asked him how it dispose of the body. lee warned johnson of cell phone tracking not to bury the body. be careful of dna and it's be
or bodies. and in spain, seashells have revealed faint traces of hematite, or iron ore, a red mineral often used as pigment. neatly pierced holes allow the decorated shells to be worn as ornaments. anthropologist joao zilhao believes the evidence offers a glimpse into the neanderthal mind. now, he is reexamining finds from a neanderthal site in spain excavated in the '80s. zilhao: this is a fragment of a naturally pointed horse bone and when we looked at the tip of the bone under the microscope we found that there was lots of reddish dots. narrator: although so faded they are hard to see the chemical analysis proves the spots are the red pigment hematite. and there is more. zilhao: this shell is from the mediterranean oyster and you can see adhering to the inner side of the shell a remnant of a pigment which is black and reflective. narrator: zilhao has found a pencil-like sliver of bone with a red mineral at its tip, and a shell stained with a shiny pigment alongside other fragments of colored minerals. it adds up to a significant collection, or so zilhao believes.
decomposed body was found in an indiana corn field weeks later. but then like tricia's, jessica's case went cold. >> there's often times you wonder if you'll ever solve it, but you know you're going to keep going, check everything out, recheck everything. >> for over a year, miller scoured local police reports, and then a break. a vehicle reported in a county nearby. the owner, larry hall. >> he had been involved in stopping some girls, those girls were scared. they ran from him. >> in the last six months, hall's van was spotted by more than 11 girls in five different towns close by. including those where jessica lived and where her body was found. now miller contacted the police in hall's hometown to arrange for an interview. >> he initially said no, he hadn't been over here. >> miller had to coax hall to admit being near jessica's house. >> i said well, would you remember if you stopped and offered girls a ride or asked them to get in your van? he said well, he stops and talks to everybody. >> after a few questions, miller took a gamble and put a photo of jessica down in front of hall. >>
the filibuster and to, in their words, -- quote -- "fundamentally change" -- end quote -- this body. well, the fact is they are attacking the wrong plan. the truth is under the reform proposed either by senator udall or merkley or the one they have together or even under my proposal, the filibuster would still be a tool. the filibuster would still be a tool. 60 votes would be needed to enact a measure or confirm a nominee. now, under their proposal, it would still require 60 votes. under my proposal, as i first laid out in this body in 1995, i said, you know, sure, okay, on the first vote after you got the cloture petition filed, the first vote would require 60 votes. if you didn't have 60 votes, you would have to wait three days, file another cloture petition. then you would need 57 votes. if you didn't get 57, you would have to file another cloture petition, wait three days, you would need 54 votes. if you didn't get that, you would file another cloture petition, wait three days, then you would need 51 votes. under this proposal that i have worked out with other groups and other people
. investigators say somebody poisoned him and today they dug up his body. >> i don't even know what happened. tonight, the evidence they are trying to find. plugs, robbers knock off a brinks truck and get away with the cash. the guard does not go down easily. >> i heard at least 15 to 18 shots. >> tonight, governments in the manhunt for the brinks bandits. i'm bill hemmer in tonight for shepard smith. one of the american hostage in algeria is dead. u.s. officials saying that he was from texas they have recovered his remains and november his family. sources tell fox news he died of a heart attack yesterday when algerian forces stormed the gas plant and tried to rescue the hostage. a bit earlier today the militants claim they were holding two americans at the facility in the sahara. and the state department confirming there were other u.s. hostage there. no word though tonight on their fate. the militants were also offering to swap two americans for two convicted terrorists head here in the u.s. one of them the so-called blind sheikh convict haved of plotting to blow up landmarks here in new y
. >>> live the park where a sheriff's deputy finds a body inside a car. we are learning how it could be connected to another crime. >>> a fire near the carquinez bridge and now there is an arson investigation. >>> well, it is so cold out there it hurts. it is very cold but there are signs of some warmer weather on the way. >>> facebook is expected to make a big announcement today, we will tell you what all the hype is about and what is expected. complete news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, welcome to a brand-new day, use it january 15thth, i am dave clark. >> thank you for joining us this morning, steve is here and san francisco is warmer but they are usually the coldest, right? >> that is the coldest i can find but the marina is 309. this is -- 39. that is cold for the marina. it is just holding on and there are a lot of 20s and 30s this morning and now livermore is in there concord fairfield santa rosa, it will be slightly warmer around the bay with an east wind. here is sal. >>> good morning, 101 approaching the 880 spli
and casket bodies, and really just sort of a gopher. my family is one of the largest family-owned and operated funeral homes in the state of michigan; in the u.s., for that matter. >> good morning. thank you for coming to commemorate the life of bob. >> the way i hear it put is that "your dad works with dead people." and i always knew it to be quite the opposite to that, that my dad worked with living people. >> we are the first ones to respond and we are the last ones to leave. we are there from the beginning of the death process to the end. ( bells ringing ) >> "our thing-- who we are, what we do-- has always been about death and dying and grief and bereavement. we traffic in leave-takings, good-byes, final respects. it's an odd arithmetic-- a kind of family farm, working the back 40 of the emotional register, our livelihoods depending on the deaths of others in the way that medicos depend on sickness and lawyers on crime and clergy on the fear of god." ( telephone ringing ) >> lynch and sons. rachel fowler speaking. hi, is this the spinal column? >> we'd like to order ver
not get rid of any of the bodies. they got rid of the headstones. they built a museum. when the renovated it in the 1990's and started digging ground, nothing but hundreds and hundreds of bodies. >> skeletons. >> skeletons. it was a big scandal. they created a mass grave and moved to the remains. there are pictures. they have thiese skeletons sticking out of the wall. it showed the relative worth. they stopped digging because they would keep finding bodies. >> they are still out there. there are bodies all over the place. they used to bury people in north beach. they would go up there and very bodies. >> there were removed from many of these cemeteries. there is a slogan that is -- anybody know? "it is great to be alive." >> beats the alternative. >> i was wondering if gary boulevard had always been a major thoroughfare. >> it used to have streetcars on it. they are thinking of bringing them back. the b line and the a line where there until the mid-1950's. we are taking the street cars away, but bart will come out here and everything will be fine. >> downtown, gary ave. >> when you get pa
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